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Springfield Terminal (more..)
GE 44-ton (more..)
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Springfield, Vermont, USA (more..)
August 01, 1965
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Tom Nelligan (more..)
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Long before the Guilford organization used its corporate identity for system-wide operations under management-friendly work rules, the Springfield Terminal Railway was a 5.5-mile long ex-interurban shortline operating between Charlestown, NH, and Springfield, VT. Electric operation ended in 1956, after which the line's sole diesel was brightly painted GE 44-Tonner #1, which posed here near the railroad's Springfield yard.
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